Nepal Purbadhar

बिहिबार, माघ १२, २०७९
Thursday, January 26, 2023

बिहिबार, माघ १२, २०७९
Thursday, January 26, 2023

Opinion

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Nepal-India Energy Relation: Strengthening Cross-border connectivity for Mutual Benefit

Nepal-India Energy Relation: Strengthening Cross-border connectivity for Mutual Benefit

Nepal and India has a long history of Power sector cooperation. The first generation project built under grant support from Government of India was Trishuli Hydropower Project of 21 MW which was commissioned in 1967

International
China’s power sector emissions set to jump as economy reboots

China’s power sector emissions set to jump as economy reboots

LITTLETON (Reuters) - Pollution levels from China's mammoth power sector are set to climb to new highs in 2023 as Beijing's efforts to spur growth across the economy result in increased burning of fossil fuels.

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China’s Power System Needs to Modernise

China’s Power System Needs to Modernise

Sichuan, the most densely populated and industrialised province in South-West China, relies heavily on hydropower. This summer it was hit by extreme heatwaves and drought, causing reservoirs to dry up and the power system to

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Why is land consolidation necessary for systematic urban development?

Why is land consolidation necessary for systematic urban development?

KATHMANDU: Along with the growing population, the process of turning agricultural land into residential areas without proper roads and sewerage is a big problem. As a result, narrow and curving roads are also full of

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Political and social commitment vital for Green Hydrogen Promotion

Political and social commitment vital for Green Hydrogen Promotion

 Dr. Bhola Thapa The exponential rise in energy needs, increasing climatic degradation, and soaring fossil fuel prices have prompted developed countries to look for green alternatives. According to recent research, for a reasonable likelihood to

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Promotion of green hydrogen vital to achieving net zero target

Promotion of green hydrogen vital to achieving net zero target

Shesh Ghale After searching various research reports and articles, we have discovered the death of around 40,000 people in Nepal is directly linked to poor air quality.  Similarly, a child born today will have their

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Nepal’s infrastructure development and low participation of the private sector

Nepal’s infrastructure development and low participation of the private sector

Basic infrastructure projects have not yet been developed in Nepal as this sector is still not on high priority of the government. Ninety percent of the infrastructure sector is in the hands of the government.

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Private sector, infrastructure development, way forward

Private sector, infrastructure development, way forward

Nepal is wedged between China and India, the world's largest markets that can be lucrative markets for Nepali products. Even if Nepal is a small economy, the issue of how to be competitive in the international

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Inadequate Preparation, Wrong Project Planning, Weak Project Delivery of Projects

Inadequate Preparation, Wrong Project Planning, Weak Project Delivery of Projects

After centuries of backwardness, Nepal is in the process of making a significant stride in the economic transformation, transiting from an underdeveloped country to a developing country. To achieve this upgraded position, three indicators related

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Infrastructure: key to economic and social mobility

Infrastructure: key to economic and social mobility

GOPINATH MANALI Development depends on the availability of available natural resources, human resources, capital, and technology. The development and expansion of infrastructure help to combine these four types of resources to increase economic activities. Therefore,